Bangalore, India (PRWEB) October 1, 2004
The launch of BargainLab.com (http://www.bargainlab.com), an Internet shopping directory that lists over 2,000 websites classified into more than 300 separate categories, promises to be a boon to e-shoppers.
ÂBargainLab.com is unique in the way it organizes online shopping websites in a logical and easy-to-use fashion and include meaningful reviews that guide shoppers,Â says Abdul Vasi, founder and CEO of Seeknext, Inc., the company behind BargainLab.com. ÂIn the process, we have become a one-stop shop, or what you might call an online shopping mall.Â
One of BargainLab.comÂs main attractions is the deep level of interactivity it offers to the shopper. Registered members can create lists of favourite listings and share them with others. Members can also receive personalized websites recommendations based on their individual shopping patterns, customise their own preferences, write reviews and rate websites, and even become an editor. With a subscription to the BargainLab.comÂs e-mailing list, shoppers can further enhance their experience by finding out about the latest updates and news about the service.
The BargainLab.com website itself is a surferÂs delight, organised by category and easy to navigate. One section directs shoppers to the latest additions, while another prompts them to inform friends about the website.
Owners of shopping websites can submit their sites for inclusion, paying a nominal fee to be viewed by a potentially huge audience.
ÂBargainLab.com is the ultimate e-shopperÂs resource,Â says Vasi. ÂItÂs safe, transparent and user-friendly, and most importantly, it is comprehensive. We aim to make it the first website that an online shopper visits first when looking for products online.Â
A service from Seeknext, Inc., BargainLab.com is an online shopping directory consisting of professionally reviewed web sites in hundreds of categories. The service has grown rapidly since its launch in July 2004 and currently lists over 2,000 websites classified into more than 300 categories.
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